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Today's News

  • Man sentenced in fatal chase that began in county

    A Liberty man will spend more than 11 years in prison after he pleaded guilty in New Hanover County Superior Court to a high-speed chase that began in Brunswick County and left a motorcyclist dead in Wilmington, according to a New Hanover County District Attorney’s Office news release.

  • Sheriff’s office seeks two ice plant thieves

    The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying two people who broke into a Supply store and stole various items Feb. 9.

    The two broke into the Cubelet Ice Plant at 2739 John T. Holden Road and stole various items, including tools and collectibles, according to a sheriff’s office Facebook post.

    Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Kip Hester at 713-8360.

  • County rabies clinics to be offered April 1

    County rabies clinics

    to be offered April 1

    Brunswick Sheriff’s Animal Protective Services and the Brunswick County Health Department are sponsoring rabies clinics Saturday, April 1. Rabies vaccinations are $6 per pet. State statute 130A-85 requires all dogs and cats age 4 months or older to be vaccinated against rabies. The penalty is a $100 citation.

    For more information, call BCSAPS at 754-8204.

    Clinic locations

  • Scorpions win opener in playoffs

    The North Brunswick girls’ basketball team improved to 22-3 by winning its first-round state playoff game Feb. 21 in Leland.

    North will play a second-round game Feb. 23 against Farmville Central (18-5). It had won 62-34 in the first round against Eastern Randolph (15-12).

    North, seeded No. 3, opened the playoffs by beating Durham School of the Arts 56-25.

    DSA entered the game 12-17 and was seeded No. 31 out of 32 teams. It scored three points in the first quarter and trailed 42-12 at halftime.

  • My view on the Hill during the Bowling Green Massacre

    It’s still vivid in my mind despite it being nearly six years later. Memories like that just sear in your mind, no matter how hard you try to forget.

    But as a former Western Kentucky University student who resided in Bowling Green, Ky., for nearly five years from fall 2009 to spring 2014, it’s time to for me to finally talk about what happened in May 2011 on the Hill.

  • District court docket for Feb. 6, 7 and 8.

     The following cases were adjudicated over three days of District Criminal Court on Feb. 6, 7 and 8 in Bolivia.

    Codes: PG, pleaded guilty; PNG/NG, pleaded not guilty, found not guilty; PNG/G, pleaded not guilty, found guilty; BCDF, Brunswick County Detention Facility; NCDOC, North Carolina Department of Correction.

     

    Monday, Feb. 6

    Judge Pauline Hankins presided over the following cases with prosecutor Cathi Radford and courtroom clerk Courtney Graham:

  • District court docket for Feb. 6, 7 and 8.

     The following cases were adjudicated over three days of District Criminal Court on Feb. 6, 7 and 8 in Bolivia.

    Codes: PG, pleaded guilty; PNG/NG, pleaded not guilty, found not guilty; PNG/G, pleaded not guilty, found guilty; BCDF, Brunswick County Detention Facility; NCDOC, North Carolina Department of Correction.

     

    Monday, Feb. 6

    Judge Pauline Hankins presided over the following cases with prosecutor Cathi Radford and courtroom clerk Courtney Graham:

  • Can you spot the mistakes?

     Doug Powell says he can’t watch cooking shows on television. Why not? He complains the music is terrible, the chefs awful and the food safety non-existent.

    I happen to agree with Dr. Powell. I usually can’t watch cooking shows because the food safety practices concern me. On one half-hour show, I spotted at least three things, including recipes for home canning and meat cooking temperatures, that were just wrong!

  • Dog’s diet affects gut bacteria
  • Frink/Fulford engagement

     Announcement is made of the forthcoming marriage of Tiffani Nikole Frink and Nicholas Patrick Fulford.

    The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Frink of Shallotte. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and is a third-grade teacher at Virginia Williamson Elementary School in Bolivia.

    The prospective groom is the son of Van and Sharon Fulford of Supply. He is co-owner of Fulford Concrete in Supply.

    An April wedding is planned at The Barn at Rock Creek in Leland.